WEBINAR | BUILDING | TECHNICAL
As Canada moves forward to develop Clean Energy sources,
the insurance industry, in general, will quickly be increasing their number of
clients requiring risk management guidance and related insurance coverages.
Insurance material includes related topics such as: Collateral, Layered
placements, Limits Erosion/Stacking, SIR's v. Deductible etc.
Technical Workshop Topics:
Speaker: George Sutherland has
over thirty years of experience in all facets of petroleum technology, project
management, needs assessments and training, having worked extensively in Asia,
South America, Africa and Canada. As head of the Petroleum Technology Department
at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology for eight years, he successfully
managed a program with 500 full and part-time students per year. During the last
thirty years he has conducted numerous workshops internationally and in Canada
on all aspects of petroleum technology for participants from over 70 countries.
He has designed petroleum engineering curriculums for schools in Nova Scotia,
Newfoundland and Saskatchewan and carried out Petroleum Engineering Needs
Assessments for Universities and Governments in Bangladesh, Bolivia, China,
Colombia, Iraq,Nigeria and Pakistan.
Insurance Workshop Topics Include:
Risk Managed Accounts
- Equipment Breakdown
- Joint Operating Agreements
- Black Swan Events
Speaker: Arnie Zippel,
B.Comm, CIP : Arnie has been in the insurance industry for over 30
years. The insurance business has provided a variety of learning opportunities
for him, from underwriting to managing, marketing, and product development.
Recently retired, Arnie has worked with Intact Insurance, and prior as Branch
Manager at Travelers Canada and as Manager of Market Segmentation at AXA Pacific
Insurance, Arnie lead the underwriting team's training and development in
specialized classes of commercial business, including oil and gas,
manufacturing, wholesale distribution, public sector and other significant
Western Canadian industries and institutions.
Presentation: 9 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
1 x 15 minute
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